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PJ Harvey and Paul Muldoon – A Conversation
PJ Harvey will join Paul Muldoon on stage at the Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster, on Thursday July 6th to launch Lancaster Words, a three-day celebration of all things literaryLearn More
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Highly acclaimed artist Andy Holden provides his animated theory at Lancaster University’s Peter Scott Gallery. Image © Andy Holden, Prelude, 2016 (still)Learn More
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Professor David Denver (PPR) was interviewed by the BBC North West’s Sunday Politics programme about the future of the Labour party in Lancashire.
Professor Linda Woodhead (PPR) spoke to Radio 4’s Sunday programme on 5th March talking about the announcement that Philip North has been appointed as the next Bishop of Sheffield.
Professor Corinne May-Chahal (Sociology) is quoted on the Daily Telegraph website about new guidance for professionals working with children on spotting signs of abuse or neglect. She is also quoted on other websites including the BBC News, Yahoo! UK and Ireland, MSN UK, Nursing Times, WiredGov, Irish Examiner and BT.com. She was also interviewed on LBC Radio.
Mark Garnett appears on BBC Breakfast
Dr Mark Garnett (PPR) appeared on BBC Breakfast on 18 February speaking about the Copeland by-election.
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